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19-race calendar for 2014
The Formula 1 season will stay at 19 races for 2014 after New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea as expected all failed to make the final calendar cut.
Brawn downplays Lewis radio
Ross Brawn has downplayed Lewis Hamilton's tetchy radio messages during the United States Grand Prix and insists there is no issue between the 2008 World Champion and Mercedes.
Stefano Domenicali Q&A
Stefano Domenicali discusses the United States Grand Prix with the written press after Fernando Alonso secured second in the Drivers' Championship, whilst Ferrari lost ground to Mercedes in the battle for second and Lotus closed on the Scuderia for third spot in the Constructors'.
Lewis Hamilton Q&A
The Mercedes driver reviews his U.S. GP and considers the importance of second place in the Constructors' Championship.
Button vows to address form
Jenson Button has accepted he needs to "sort myself out" after a disappointing U.S. GP weekend in which he was outperformed by outgoing McLaren team-mate Sergio Perez.
Vettel breaks another record
Another race; another win; another record: Sebastian Vettel's 12th victory of 2013 at the U.S. GP on Sunday was also his eighth in a row, beating Michael Schumacher's tally of consecutive wins in a season.
Hulk welcomes Sauber lifeline
Nico Hulkenberg has welcomed the news that he has a seat at Sauber in 2014 if he decides to stay but shied away from committing his future to the team.
Driver reaction - U.S. GP
The 22 drivers have their say on the action at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas.
Maldonado waits on Lotus
Pastor Maldonado has revealed he is waiting on confirmation of where he will drive next season amid renewed speculation that the Venezuelan is poised to join Lotus.
First points delight Bottas
Valtteri Bottas was delighted to pick up his first points in Formula 1 after finishing eighth at the United States Grand Prix.
Hamilton not fussed over third
Lewis Hamilton expressed his satisfaction with his fourth-place finish in the U.S. GP - but has admitted he regards moving into third place in the Drivers' Championship as irrelevant.
Seb: 'Enjoy it while it lasts'
Sebastian Vettel has urged his Red Bull team to enjoy their success while it lasts following his eighth successive victory this season at the United States GP.
Unstoppable Vettel wins again
Sebastian Vettel set a new Formula 1 record - and moved to the brink of equalling two more - for the most consecutive victories in a single season with his eighth win on the spin in the United States GP.
Penalties tweak U.S. GP grid
The starting grid for the U.S. GP has been confirmed after stewards handed out penalties to Esteban Gutierrez, Max Chilton and Charles Pic in Austin on Saturday.
Alonso: Podium finish unlikely
Fernando Alonso hinted that a podium might be beyond him after qualifying sixth for the U.S. GP but stressed that the objective for Ferrari is to fight Mercedes for second place in the Constructors' Championship.
Bottas hoping for points
Valtteri Bottas hopes he can claim the first points-scoring finish of his F1 career after producing a highly-impressive qualifying performance at the United States Grand Prix.
Maldonado tones down claims
Two hours after accusing Williams of deliberately sabotaging his car in qualifying for the U.S. GP, it was a calmer Pastor Maldonado who faced the media in the Austin paddock. But only just.
Perez keeps his focus
Sergio Perez has denied that his impressive performance in qualifying for the United States GP was motivated by his ousting from McLaren.
Webber: Pole was there for me
A rueful Mark Webber admitted his third pole position in four races had "slipped through the fingers" after he was pipped to the head of the grid by team-mate Sebastian Vettel in Austin.
Driver reaction - qualifying
The 22 drivers have their say on Saturday's action at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas.